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Tuesday, October 7 • 9:00am - 10:00am
How to Dramatically Reduce Startup Risk

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Join us for this training seminar in which you’ll learn how to dramatically reduce startup risk. For startup founders and investors; and business and product leaders in companies of all sizes.

- Learn a customer discovery process to get you moving incredibly fast
- Find out the most common big mistakes people make in assessing customer demand (don’t do these!)
- Discover a powerful approach to testing your hypotheses that you’d never come up with on your own 
- Learn a simple but non-obvious hack to get field interviews with customers you don’t know yet 

At “How to Reduce Startup Risk”, you’ll learn a practical set of actions you can follow right now to increase the chances of your startup succeeding. You’ll experience a fast-moving hands on program, combining interactive activities and a business speaker who has done it himself – and is dedicated to teaching you. 

You can expect an outstanding seminar. David Eckoff’s speaking engagements have been voted “Best Session” and "Best Presenter" at recent conferences. Come join us for this exciting training seminar that will help you reduce startup risk. 

Speakers
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David Eckoff

Co-Founder, Pickoff
David Eckoff specializes in working with teams to develop and launch game-changing online businesses. He has defined go-to-market strategies and led teams in companies ranging from startup to Fortune 500. Eckoff is Co-Founder of Pickoff LLC, a technology startup developing a SaaS social games platform. The company was selected as one of fourteen startups to participate in the Flashpoint accelerator program at the Georgia Institute of... Read More →


Tuesday October 7, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room A - 2nd Floor Atlantic Station, 201 17th Street, Atlanta, GA 30363 (at 17th Street and Market Street)

Attendees (30)